Betty Rosa, the newly elected chancellor of the New York Regents, met with reporters after her election. 
When asked, she said that if she were a parent and not a member of the Regents, she would opt her. Her children are grown. 
In a secret ballot, Rosa received 15 votes, with two abstentions.
It is a new day in New York. Rosa’s election is a sharp rebuke to the corporate reformers who have controlled the state for many years.